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Off the Wall want your TVs off the pole

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  1. Mark Hodgkinson

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    Highlight range eschews pole and glass trend

    British TV Furniture company Off The Wall has launched a new range of entry-level TV furniture as a bid to move consumers away from ugly, out-dated pole and glass stands that devalue today’s latest Smart TVs. Their words, not ours.

    The HIGHLIGHT’s open frame high gloss cabinet are designed to sit neatly in the corner of any room and is highlighted by brushed aluminium facia detail along the sweeping curved front edges of the three shelves.

    The HIGHLIGHT‘s shelving area features toughened safety glass with rounded edges and should provide ample room for most people's kit. There's the choice of 800mm wide or 1000mm wide versions accommodating TVs up to 55”.

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    Off The Wall tell us they have received increasing demand from their dealers for white TV furniture so they've responded by offering a high gloss white finish.

    The HIGHLIGHT also features Off The Wall’s ‘NO MORE WIRES’ intelligent cable management system as standard. Hidden inside the central rear column is a four way extension cable and cable ties that should allow you to conceal the spaghetti.

    The new HIGHLIGHT range from Off The Wall is available now at a retail price of £159.99 for the 800mm wide version and £179.99 for the 1000mm.

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